I’m not fearless. I’m terrified, I’m always terrified.
#you are a CHILD #you are SUPPOSED to be terrified #the shit that happens to you is terrifying and terrible and you are allowed to feel emotions #trying so hard to be in control and unaffected all the time #to be powerful and a leader and fearless #when in reality everything affects her and she isn’t supposed to carry it all on her shoulders #ALLISON ARGENT YOU GUYS #who hallucinates her mother yelling at her for showing signs of being emotiona l#who hallucinates her own demise because she isn’t strong enough??? #whose biggest fear is that she will be weak and people will see it #YOU ARE A TEENAGER #A KID
3. Giving up
6. Not knowing
7. Not going
My favorite thing in the world is when people complain about lack of representation—and rightly so—and some person responds with a snarky photo of one character. One character.
Boy, you sure showed us all the…
i won’t disagree
Papa Pope dropping truth bombs once again.
I feel like EVERYBODY gets it but Olitz Stans.
Lupita Nyong’o at the ‘12 Years A Slave’ Press Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel on October 15, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.
I feel like feminism should be way more about sisterhood and loving your fellow women and way less about the whole ~i’m gonna steal your boyfriend with my red lipstick and eyeliner~
(Margot about her character Naomi Lapaglia) “As for my character in particular, the nudity and the sexual side to her is her main power over Jordan. She uses that to manipulate men to get what she wants. That’s her form of currency in a world where she’s surrounded by millionaires, and she’s come from nothing. She didn’t have any money whatsoever. That’s how she became a millionaire, you know? So she definitely wouldn’t see it that way. She wouldn’t feel sorry for herself for having to take her clothes off. She would do that willingly. In fact, she would pity the men that are dumb enough to fall for it. It’s her form of power, so it wouldn’t feel exploitative for my character at all.”
For people who want one good reason why a black actor should play a white character: here’s 10.
AKA - why Santana Lopez has every damn reason and right to audition for a damn understudy role of a fictionalized Jewish White woman - especially when Rachel has already played a woman who is Puerto Rican and not a Jewish white girl like herself. Meanwhile, funny how she didn’t whine when Mercedes played Frank-N-Furter, but since Rachel clearly has a touch of the transmisogyny, Mercedes was well within her right to play that (however, I doubt Rachel would’ve been as generous had the role been Victor/Victoria, but bygones).